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Located along the Mississippi River, it owes its historical importance to its site upon Istrouma Bluff, which protects the city's residents from flooding and other natural disasters. It is the capital and second-largest city of Louisiana, and is a major industrial and petrochemical center of the American South. The Port of Baton Rouge is the ninth largest in the U.S. in terms of tonnage shipped.

Population: 227818
Local Newspapers: The Advocate
Local Sports Teams: LSU (Tigers) Southern University (Jaguars)
Local Colleges: Louisiana State University

Zip Codes associated with baton rouge, louisiana: 70714 70739 70767 70802 70805 70806 70807 70808 70809 70810 70811 70812 70814 70815 70816 70817 70818 70819 70820
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Utah real estate investment firm buys Siegen Lane properties for $2.2M

A Utah-based real estate investment and property management firm has purchased two lots, each roughly 2.3 acres, on Siegen Lane just south of Perkins Road. Baton Rouge LA Senior Property LLC, represented by ROC Seniors Housing Holding LLC and Baton Rouge LA Senior Holdings LLC, paid an estimated $2.2 million for the tracts, which are located between the Siegen Lane Office Center and Siegen Village subdivision, according to records from the East Baton Rouge Assessor's Office.

'225': Traveling boutique Wanderlust by Abby sets down roots in Baton Rouge

Abby Bullock still remembers her very first pop-up. It was in 2014, after she'd fallen in love with fashion buying as a Dallas fashion student and moved to her husband's hometown of Baton Rouge.

Madison Prep students switch roles with Baton Rouge cops for eye-opening exercise

Imagine yourself being pulled over by a police officer. Then imagine the roles are reversed and you're the police officer doing the pulling over.

'New type of residential environment for Baton Rouge' possible at Greenwood Park

As BREC management begins the process of reimagining the future of the sprawling 660-acre Greenwood Park in north Baton Rouge-which is home to the Baton Rouge Zoo and two golf courses-BREC Commissioner Davis Rhorer says one idea he'd like to see added to the list of possibilities is some sort of residential development in the park. "With that size property you could build new neighborhoods," says Rhorer, who is also executive director of the Downtown Development District.

Bust to be unveiled in Baton Rouge honoring Trevor Sims

About three years ago, Ashton Kennedy set out to grant one of Trevor Sims' final wishes. In a farewell video, the terminally ill 11-year-old who urged the Baton Rouge community to feed the hungry said some day he wanted to have a statue of himself in a local park.

Baton Rouge Police Union, community leaders respond to EBR Mayor-Presidenta s letter

BATON ROUGE, LA - "I believe they should be removed from paid administrative leave and disciplined consistent with the severity of their actions. In Officer Salamoni's case, this warrants termination," said East Baton Rouge Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome.

NOAA predicts 'above-normal' hurricane season for 2017

BATON ROUGE The Atlantic Ocean could see "another above normal hurricane season" this year, according to forecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center. Forecasters predict a 45 percent chance of an above normal season, a 35 percent chance of a near normal season and only a 20 percent chance of a below-normal season.

Need weekend plans? Five things to do in Baton Rouge this weekend

If you're looking for something to do this weekend in Baton Rouge, we've got you covered! View the photos below for some ideas. Gonzales.

BRPD Union says mayor-president's call to fire officer who killed Sterling 'prevents due process'

Councilwoman Tara Wicker, bottom left, and Councilman Trae Welch, upper left, listen to Deputy BRPD Chief David Hamilton, second from right, while hosting an informational meeting about BRPD residency requirements, police policy changes, pay raises, etc. on Monday August 8, 2016, at the 19th JDC.

BRBT's Youth Ballet to tour Greater Baton Rouge with free performances

Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre's Youth Ballet will tour the Greater Baton Rouge area June 5-16 with free performances. Youth Ballet is comprised of intermediate-level dancers in grades 5 through 8, chosen each spring in citywide auditions.

If you move the Baton Rouge Zoo, what will replace it? BREC superintendent unveils her plan

BREC Superintendent Carolyn McKnight is proposing to redevelop the sprawling, 660-acre Greenwood Park in north Baton Rouge-home to the Baton Rouge Zoo and two underutilized golf courses-into a state-of-the-art regional park with tournament-quality soccer fields, horse trails, a practice track, water park, amusement park, boat house and adventure playground, as well as more picnic areas and green spaces. Key to the plan, which McKnight will present to the BREC Board of Commissioners Thursday, is relocating the zoo, which comprises 147 acres in the center of Greenwood, to a new, still undetermined location in a more visible, highly traveled area elsewhere in the parish.

Serra Club of Baton Rouge recognizes winners of annual essay contest

Anne Marie Ledoux, right, accepts the grand prize award for the Serra Club annual essay contest from William Francioni, president of the Serra Club of Baton Rouge, on May 5 at St. Agnes Catholic Church. Anne Marie Ledoux, right, accepts the grand prize award for the Serra Club annual essay contest from William Francioni, president of the Serra Club of Baton Rouge, on May 5 at St. Agnes Catholic Church.

Agent feared leak of Trump tax returns could affect election

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Baton Rouge Police seeking contractor accused of fraud

Darrell Glenn Cager Jr., 45, of Baton Rouge, is wanted on charges of Felony Theft, Contractor misapplication of payments, Home Improvement Fraud and Theft of Assets of an Aged / Disabled Person, a spokesman for the Baton Rouge Police Department says. The spokesman said the victim signed a contract with Cager in September to renovate areas of her home.

'True blue family' rallies behind wounded East Baton Rouge deputies at Zachary Deputy Dash fundraiser

East baton Rouge Sheriff's Office helicopter hovers near the Zachary Fire Dept. truck used to suspend an Americn flag over the finish line, Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Motorman 5K/Deputy Dash runs held at Zachary High School to benefit Cpl.

Alton Sterling's family demands Baton Rouge mayor, police chief fire officers

Baton Rouge Police Officers Blane Salamoni, Howie Lake II struggle with Alton Sterling in front of the Triple S. Convienent Store before he was Sterling was fatally shot. Baton Rouge Police Officers Blane Salamoni, Howie Lake II struggle with Alton Sterling in front of the Triple S. Convienent Store before he was Sterling was fatally shot.

Manslaughter plea nets St. Gabriel man 15 years in 2014 double-slaying in Baton Rouge

Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Sheriff's deputies, Lt. John Washington, left, and Lt.

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